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Overview

"I had to start it somewhere, so it started there". © "Common people" by Pulp

Welcome to the DeviceHive tutorial overview page. It's the perfect place to start working with our Open Source IoT Data Platform with a wide range of device integration options. To make things easier we prepared the list of the materials you might be interested in: * [Equipment Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance Using Apache Spark](doc:equipment-monitoring-and-predictive-maintenance-using-apache-spark) tutorial. Take industrial predictive maintenance to the next level * [Raspberry Pi and Temperature Sensor](doc:raspberry-pi-and-temperature-sensor) tutorial. Build a remote temperature sensor and a remotely controlled LED. * [Chip in the Cloud (ESP8266)](doc:chip-in-the-cloud-esp8266) tutorial. The DeviceHive Firmware for the ESP8266 or how to Build a $5 Connected Device. Looking for a customized enterprise solution based on DeviceHive? Contact us — info@devicehive.com.